As planners, architects, and interior designers, we seek to bring creativity to purpose, flexibility to function, and value to investment. Our inspiration is drawn from many sources—from the all-important vision and objectives of our clients, to the compelling context of nature and the built environment, to the vibrancy and connections of community in its many forms.
Our most vital source of inspiration clearly comes from our clients. We value every challenge and every opportunity that our clients grant us, working to maintain their trust throughout the life of the project and beyond. We communicate closely with clients during the initial phases of programming and concept development to ensure that we surface every concern, requirement, and idea that should be considered and explored. We take pride in delivering results that meet our clients’ expectations and fulfill their vision.
Whether situated on scenic rural properties or dense urban sites, our buildings are designed to complement and celebrate their environments. We use both the natural landscape and the urban context to guide our planning and design work, ensuring that buildings enhance their setting and provide an engaging relationship with the outdoors. Our work is informed and inspired by nature in its many forms—including land, water, and natural light. Even in the most densely built settings, we strive for results that create appealing connections between people, buildings, and the surrounding environment.
Our portfolio reflects many facets of life—from homes and churches to office buildings and civic structures. Whether we are designing for a church congregation, a hard-working team of firefighters, or an entire neighborhood or town, we recognize the importance of buildings as an expression of community. At LeMay Erickson Willcox, the vibrant workings of community serve as a consistent source of inspiration, leading us to approach our projects with a discerning perspective that addresses broad, long-term interests and the need to create a compelling sense of place.